Saturday, 18 October 2014

Feeling festive with Myntra

Festive in India means a month long extravaganza of shopping, going out, meeting friends & family, lots of food & loads of celebration. For me its mostly food & shopping and with the options that are available around this time of the year, you are sure to get spoiled....or confused maybe.

This time I am really fascinated with the royal blue color that's popping up almost everywhere. So today I have created Ethnic Looks that I plan on wearing this Festive Season using products I found on

Myntra, Wishful by W, ethnic look, festive look, diwali, ethnic wear

I love the Blue Churidar Kurta from W and I plan to pair this with simple accessories when I wear this to a Diwali Party with my friends & family.

If you too want to shop this look, here are the details - 

Blue Churidar Kurta - Wishful by W
Antique Gold Sandals - Catwalk
Pink Drop Earrings - Anouk
Watch - Titan Raga
Potli Bag - Anouk

The next look is a little muted as compared to the first one. 

Myntra, Wishful by W, ethnic look, festive look, diwali, ethnic wear, Fabindia

I think this Black & White Suit set is gorgeous and paired with colorful accessories I think it would be a hit at any office/formal festive party.

Shop the look -

Churidar Kurta Set - Wishful by W
Printed Clutch - Fabindia
Gold Green Wedges - Catwalk
Finger Ring - Bindhani
Earrings - Bindhani

Festive season also calls for day time dressing up for religious occasions or a simple lunch with relatives. So I created this day look that keeps it simple yet doesn't take the festive feel away.

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I will definitely wear this look the next time I go for a family lunch.

Shop the look -

Printed Anarkali - Sattyaa
Blue Leggings - Dressberry
Gold Heels - Sole-Fry
Potli Bag - Toniq
Earrings - Anouk
Orange Bangles - Flaunt
Gold Bangles - Tribal Zone

All these lovely products & many more can be easily shopped at right from the comfort of your home. 

How are you dressing up this festive season?

Wishing everyone a very Happy Diwali!

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